Feasibility Study Wins Small Business Institute Project of the Year

The Oden’s idea to open a tap room within walking distance of a college campus does not sound like an idea that would require analysis. But, as students in Dr. Dianne Welsh’s Entrepreneurship/Business 300 class learned, even the best ideas do not automatically mean an opportunity exists for a successful business. “What we know is […]

“Almost World Famous”

Using lessons from corporate life to build a legacy The Team It started in a dance appreciation class. Randy Wadsworth ’95 admits he signed up because he thought it would be an easy A. Instead, he gained both an appreciation for dance and a new friend in fellow freshman Damion (Dame) Moore ’95. They were […]

Apply To Harvard Business School’s Summer Venture in Management Program

Rising seniors – Harvard Business School is looking for you! Apply by 5/3 for their Summer Venture in Management Program and you could spend a week living the MBA experience. If you apply, drop us a note and keep us posted on your progress! Application Deadline: May 3rd, 2017 The Harvard Business School (HBS) Summer […]

Small Employers Offer Big Opportunities

When Jane Debbage was preparing to graduate with her MBA from the Bryan School in May 2016, she had a few job offers to consider. One was with a major Piedmont employer where she had worked as an intern. The other was from a small, family-owned business in Asheboro, NC. It was a major decision, […]

Dean of the Bryan School interviewed on Triad Today

In a Triad Today interview, Dean McRae “Mac” Banks shares updates on the Bryan School of Business & Economics Export Odyssey course and North Carolina Sales Institute initiative. Learn more about our partnerships with businesses, recruiting our exceptional problem solver students and other ways to get involved with the Bryan School.

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The “M” Factor: Sharing the strengths of the millennial generation

Have you heard the one about those lazy and entitled millennials? Generational stereotypes are the basis for a great deal of humor, but they can be damaging for young professionals entering the workplace. While higher education has been focused on the millennial generation for years, many in the business community are still struggling to understand […]

Tanger Career Exploratory Trek

Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, Inc. rolled out the red carpet for motivated Bryan School students during a January 27th “Company Trek” to the Tanger headquarters in Greensboro and their outlet center in Mebane. Students were required to apply for the selective event, and review customized business case-study materials from Tanger before the outing. Sixteen undergraduate […]

VF Corporation Brings Innovative Tech to UNCG

Partnership incorporates leading-edge technology into curriculum to prepare students for careers in apparel and retail Students in UNCG’s Department of Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies will gain access to innovative 3D design technology thanks to VF Corporation, a global leader in branded lifestyle apparel, footwear, and accessories. Their Jeanswear division, which includes the Wrangler® and […]

Undergraduate Student Services at Bryan 301

Bryan Undergraduate Student Services is the home for a team of professional academic advisors dedicated to assisting students in every step of their Bryan School experience. Through their designated advisors, students can access a wealth of resources invaluable to their academic success and personal development. For Nadia Clark-Brown, who has been a member of the […]